I'm bored and there's a storm here so Tutorial thread?
eh fuck it, I'm not numbering these.
Also, most of files are named so if you want to try Ctrl+F go ahead.
newfags of ic take note
So there's been a lot of fucks lately calling referencing cheating. it's not. ever.
I know, it's pretty trippy. The first time I had a sleepover I was 17.
on a number of 1 to 50 how fucked are the trains. I'll kek so hard if I dont have to go to college on Wednesday.
Who is the artist here? I have some of his other stuff but I don't remember his name.
I have so many tutorial pics and I know I'm probably never going to use many of them
>I know I'm probably never going to use many of them
Good because tutorial pics suck, get a book or watch a video of someone going in depth of what they're doing one page is better than nothing of course but you will have a shallow understanding if you don't see it well in practice.
i know you are just trying to help anon but that faggot just copied some internal anatomy pictures from netter or sobotta or whatever and gave names to them. nothing to do with how they work. also i cant see how learning about inner ear or eye muscles could help the average artist
the day I see some top artist giving two shits about eye muscles or inner ear anatomy, specially with those drawings copied from a medical anatomy/physiology book for some work that is not extremely specific I will let you punch me in the balls anon
most japanese tutorials are self explanatory but this one is focusing on depth using perspective in particular notice how the things that seem to be going toward you involve ellipsis facing up while things that recede into the distance are facing down (with the sleeve and leg)
Heard someone else say that its necessary to learn 3d, experimented with google sketchup but eh.
If you really do need to learn 3d, what for?
I've heard of people doing what your gif shows, but it doesn't seem like much of a shortcut unless there's a whole library of pre-made assets?
I dunno much about 3D, except a few failed attempts with Sculptris.
Anyone have any good references or tutorials for the different kinda of lighting and their effects on form?
I've read a few books but I need some material I can hang up and quickly reference.
(bonus if it has something to do with how the light effects color)
>it doesn't seem like much of a shortcut unless there's a whole library of pre-made assets
There is a massive library of pre-made assets. Users create models and upload them to the server for anyone to use.
And her tutorials are some of the best around. She can't really draw, yeah, but her advice is solid.
Her tutorials are just badly done redrawings of already existing books.
I've made actually some of those redlines, I'm not sure if this is what you wanted. Seriously though, best way to learn this is to read "Charles Bargue And Jean Leon Gerome Drawing Course" Which is the best book on that matter, Picasso and van Gogh learnt from this book
Beginner thread posts, m8. This is what happens when you try jumping straight to figure drawing without at least practicing basic 3D shapes first. At that point it doesn't matter how much Loomis or Vilppu you read, it's not going to help.
lmao what kind of fear mongering bullshit is this.
you can draw whatever you want whenever you want. no one has to go through a linear process of being a great artist, and people rarely do that because who wakes up and goes "gee i want to start drawing cubes"
It's a generally accepted amongst teachers that the best way to see rapid improvements is to build up from basic shapes. Like once you understand spheres, cubes, and cylinders you can make a person pretty easily cause the human body can be broken down to those basic shapes. You can use them to understand lighting, perspective, to build forms, etc. It's like learning 2 + 2 before you start jumping into 10 digit numbers.
I mean sure you can just jump straight into it but that's a very easy way of getting discouraged with your results, and that's how you decide to drop art. Or that's when you decide to draw less and shitpost on 4chan more.